This problem is listed as a project in the Kemple guide but it has been climbed many times. Pull on to the face with the help of the left arete, and use tiny holds and delicate feet to dance your way up and slightly left towards the arete and notch. Highly technical and somewhat scary moves will reward you with a thank-god-jug right before the top. Although it can appear slightly scruffy, the climbing can be worthwhile.
In the Zoo, directly behind the Professor. In fact, if you fall off, you're in danger of hitting the Professor.
Pads & spotters
|By Mike Thompson|
From: Manchester NH
Jul 20, 2009
i came so close to dying or at least getting a really serious head injury on this route! did it with a pad and no spotter and first and fell off lost my balance when i landed and the roof of the professor came inches from clubing the back of my head HARD... so moral of the story SPOT THIS CLIMB WELL!!!!